About our Residency Programme



Set up in 2013, the residency programme is integral to the philosophy of the LimeWharf. LimeWharf Residencies enable creative practitioners to use our spaces for research and inspiration, generating new works and experimentation in their artistic practice. Since its establishment, and in response to LimeWharf’s broad cultural mission and eclectic, diverse programming, the residency programme has hosted a vast range of artists, designers, makers and musicians – photographers, architects, designers, ceramicists, musicians, costume designers, theatre groups, performance artists, and many more.

 

Engaging with visitors
Public engagement is a large part of the residency programme with residents encouraged to hold regular open studios where visitors can come into the studio, see the resident at work and ask questions about their practice. In addition to this, residents have the opportunity of working with LimeWharf staff to develop performances, workshops, talks, lectures and activities for a range of audience members, which depending on the resident’s interests and experience can include schools, families, students, adults and community groups. Find out more about what our residents are up to by visiting the LimeWharf blog

 

Apply to become an artist in residence
LimeWharf residency can be anywhere from 1 week to 3 months. Applications from innovators and experimental practioners are accepted throughout the year. Work themed around the intersection of art, technolog and social impact plus multi-disciplinary approaches are particularly encouraged. Occasionally, LimeWharf will also hold open calls, where a specific theme or medium that we would like the resident to explore is defined. ounder, If you are interested in applying, please complete our online application form.

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Collaboration
We are also always looking for suggestions of collaborative projects. Particularly for works, events at the intersection of Art, Technology & Social Impact. Get in touch here:

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